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Saving Private Ryan (1998) 1080p BluRay 6CH AC3 4.5GB

Storyline:  Following the Normandy Landings, a group of U.S. soldiers go behind enemy lines to retrieve a paratrooper whose brothers have been killed in action.

Saving Private Ryan (1998) on IMDb

Movie Title: Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Director: Steven Spielberg
Stars: Tom Hanks, Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper
Release Date: 24 Jul 1998
Genres: Action, Drama, War
Format: MatRoska (Mkv)
File Size: 4.5GB
Resolution: 1920x1036
Runtime: 02:48:21
Language: English
Subtitles: English [Softcoded] - Muxed
Encoder: MkvCage Team
Source: 1080p.BluRay.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1-FGT

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19 Comments

  1. Excellent! but file size is over 4gb (fat32 limit). Not a problem for me, but it will be for some people. Video bitrate is 3500. Because of the long runtime, it might have been better to use your usual setting ~2900 to keep it under the 4gb limit. If anyone out there uses a flash drive or portable drive and wants to copy this movie onto it, you will need to format the drive to exfat.

    Thanks heaps Maq for this superb encode!
    🙂

    • Yeah! Man i think this is the bestest encode released ever from maq. 😀 im ok with that.

    • “portable drive and wants to copy this movie onto it, you will need to format the drive to exfat.””
      pls explain 🙁

      • You can’t copy files larger than 4gb onto a flash drive or portable drive that is formatted with fat32 file system. To copy files larger than 4gb the drive must be formatted with exfat file system. Make sure you backup any data that is on the drive before you format it. To format the drive using windows, just connect it to your pc then right-click on the drive and select Format. In the File System drop-down menu select exfat. Use the Quick Format option and then click on Start. ?

        • I have made a mistake in my last comment. It must be USE instead of YOU.

          “You can also USE the NTFS format”

        • Most media players and hdtv’s can’t read ntfs drives because they don’t support ntfs unfortunately.

        • hey THEDUDE mine is NTFS file system.. so can i oe should i still format n change?

        • Ntfs format works for my TV, i all depends on your TV
          besides you can install windows only in NTFS Formatted disks
          except for XP (you can use both)

        • naah he was talking about portable drives..
          and he said something about not being able to move the file to it if it’s fat32 file system

        • @Madhu. Correct, some newer tv’s support ntfs. You lucky mofo, u must have a really good tv Madhu lol. $$$ hehe. What brand is it LG, Panasonic, or Sony ???

          ——–

          @Eric. If you have data/movies on a ntfs drive but want to put that data onto a fat32 drive (for playback compatibility) you DO NOT need to format that drive. Download this program to easily convert that ntfs drive to fat32 without losing any of your data/movies. – http://www.aomeitech.com/n2f/

          *But, if you have files/movies that are larger than 4GB (this encode), you will need a drive that is formatted with exfat file system. YOU CAN NOT ‘CONVERT’ ANY DRIVE TO EXFAT, YOU CAN ONLY ‘FORMAT’ A DRIVE TO EXFAT. You will need to backup any data on that drive before you format it to exfat, or you will loose all that data and you will not be able to recover it. So, if you want to FORMAT to exfat, make sure you backup any data on that drive BEFORE you format it to exfat. You can easily format a drive to exfat using Windows – http://bit.ly/2jiI3dM

          *Fat32 is still the most commonly supported file system for video playback on tv’s and media players etc. You should only format a drive to exfat if you have files/movies that are larger than 4GB. For example, most of my portable drives are formatted with fat32 file system. I only have one portable drive (4TB) that is formatted with exfat file system specifically used for files/movies that are larger than 4GB.

          I hope this is the info you were looking for Eric. If not, just leave another comment on a recent post on here and i will try to help you again in any way possible.

          Cheers!

        • it’s ok sorry it seems like you havent understood my doubt actually
          i’ll post on another recent post my query again..

  2. Amazing! Thanks a lot, this movie is amazing in high quality, both visuals and sound (bullets, gunshots, bombs)

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